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Is there a language that Viggo Mortensen doesn't speak? The multilingual Danish-American actor has performed in everything from English to Elvish. Mortensen, who was born in New York to Danish and American parents and spent part of his childhood in Argentina, said he identified with "a certain displaced quality" in the film's characters.Talking in myriad languages is a feature of Mortensen's movies.Mortensen mentions "The Lord of the Rings," ''The Road" and the Argentine film "Jauja," as well as "Far From Men".The physical thread continues in his upcoming "Captain Fantastic," about a self-sufficient family struggling to adjust to urban life. Throughout his career, Mortensen, 55, has moved between blockbusters such as "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy – he played Aragorn – and edgier fare like David Cronenberg's Russian gangster story "Eastern Promises" and Freudian drama "A Dangerous Method".
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